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. that is all we know so far. we will follow the story. >> malaysia airlines is carrying out a full review of its business following the disappearance of flight 370. it has been following up with losses but it aims to break the next year. bankruptcy is not an option, we are told. are we buying into this turnaround story or not? is tough for malaysia airlines reeling from mh370 zero. . malaysia looking like a less attractive tourist destination. if you take a look at the financial woes, they go back way before the incident. this is the country's national airline. it is long relied on the government for funds. it has had a long restructurings. it has been over stuffing and tremendous union resistance the cost-cutting. agreed 2011, the chief to help relaunch, rebranded malaysia airlines but that didn't happen because unions were blamed for the deal. malaysia airlines in deep financial problems. bankruptcy is not the option right now and that is according to the commercial director. take a listen. >> i don't believe we had excluded any consideration at this stage. now is the time to take a clo
this data. they should do it. >> so you believe inmarsat gave it to malaysia, but for some reason malaysia is not willing to release the data. they say it's up to inmarsat. >> of course they gave it to the investigators. the brits and the u.s. looked at that data, double checked the inmarsat computations and agreed with it. and the other issue is, 70 days, 1 report. unacceptable. >> a lot of the family members, rene, you know this, that's why this is so sensitive, why we're talking about it. they don't believe the searchers are even looking in the right place. they're still holding out hope against hope that maybe their loved ones may be alive, maybe that plane landed on the ground someplace and the folks on the plane, 239 people who are missing may still be alive. they want that information. that's why these family members are so passionate. >> they do. and they want to essentially launch their own investigation because they are raising questions about how valid is this data? is it right? did they miss something? were mistakes made? they want to see for themselves. the reason why they wan
in malaysia. were they questioned over the disappearance over flight 370? what authorities are saying next. >>> plus -- >> we rolled out healthcare.gov. that could have gone better. >> we've got the zings, all the burns and all the flops from the white house correspondents' dinner. stick around for that. ♪ ♪ ♪ gigantic, gigantic, gigantic ♪ a big, big love ♪ gigantic, gigantic, gigantic ♪ a big, big love ♪ ♪ on car insurance. everybody knows that. well, did you know that game show hosts should only host game shows? samantha, do you take kevin as your lawfully wedded husband... or would you rather have a new caaaaaar!!!! say hello to the season's hottest convertible... ohhh....and say goodbye to samantha. [ male announcer ] geico. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more. >>> it is an emotional day for the families of those aboard malaysia flight 370. the first service was held for the passengers. the relatives needed some type of closure from the 59-day nightmare. meanwhile, in a few hours, a crucial meeting to determine the next search phase. officials from malaysia, china an
and rail projects in the area agreed upon in the world's largest on tap iron ore resource. malaysia air says it will not seek bankruptcy and will instead accelerate an overhaul to break even next year. company shares plunged the most since 1998. this month amid investor concern that the government may let the company failed. said its jet disappearance in march put additional stress on operations. general electric ceo will meet the french president francois hollande to make their case for the acquisition of alstom international. our international correspondent has a preview. runs hope that everything according to plan and on time, shall we? >> that is only if you are on the ge side. from the siemens viewpoint, you want this meeting to go badly. you used the word robust. what we expect is for them to make ironclad assurances to the french state. there is a nuclear aspect and a nuclear unit instead of alstom will stay inside france. his a quiet -- a quote from the head of operations. we will answer the government's legitimate demand that they'd nuclear unit remain french and that exports b
costello covering in washington tonight. hey, tom, good evening. >> hi, brian. malaysia airlines is telling the family members of the missing to leave hotels and return home to await more news about the fate of their loved ones. the five-page report provide as timeline of events and raises new questions about what took so long to launch a search for the plane after it was reported missing. >> 370, thank you. >> for the first time we're hearing the voice from the cockpit as 370 communicated with malaysia communique tors. family members heard the recordings, we don't know which captain or first officer it is, but all of the conversations appear routine. the last transmission at 1:19 a.m. is believed to be from captain shaw. >> reporter: at 1:21 a.m. the plane disappeared from radar but not until 1:38 a.m. did vietnamese controllers tell malaysia the plane was missing and then another four hours before the malaysian search and rescue was activated. far too long say some who insist searches would have been launched sooner in the u.s. >> when you dissect that four-hour delay that could be the di
several times. taiwan, malaysia, and i traveled differently in each case. one of the things i do when i travel is i am always taking notes. i never stopped writing because your most vivid impressions are those that will escape your mind in 30 seconds if you don't read them down. >> twitter is a good thing after all. >> yeah. you know, it is a matter of going back and back and back and always taking notes and always sort of asking yourself, what is the question here that would bring a very uncomfortable silence at the dinner table that no one would want to discuss? the future lies inside the silences, you know, inside the things that people don't want to discuss. >> take me inside a country and an uncomfortable question occurred to you during your many questions. >> i will pick a country. people know very little about malaysia. when we think of malaysia we think of the airplane that went down that no one can locate. >> and country. >> and we know that malaysian air plans to not and live well and therefore it must be a badly run country and all that. in fact, malaysia is one of the most i
interview you did it will malaysia airline. what about the turnaround story here? a completeo be revamp. this is a national carrier that has all sorts of issues and not the least of all its workforce. a case and point, 20,000 employees for 100 aircraft. 9000 employees for 300 aircraft. do not forget overly influential and strongly unions. several unions act that have resisted measures to help the company back in 2011. the ceo agreed to a swap to help rebrand malaysian airlines and that did not happen because of the union. speed of air asia, it is posing a petition along with others such as singapore air. malaysia airline in a tough spot. says, bankruptcy is not an option. take a listen. we havenot believe excluded any disruption. now is the time to take a close, hard look at all aspects of our business model. less enhance those that are more -- let us enhance those that are more efficient. can do it better, we shall look at that. no decision has been been made at this stage. the review is expected to take three months. 6-9 months after implementation. >> it is no easy task especially no
, the malaysians releasing new details on what happened to malaysia airlines flight 370. this preliminary report is just a few pages. we've got appendices here. it's got new flight paths, maps, other documents. we have the names and ages of every single passenger on that flight. tonight we now know thanks to this report that the plane was missing for 17 minutes before anyone noticed. then it flew for four hours before anyone did anything about it. could every life on that plane been saved? also on the report audio communications between the pilots and ground control. nick robinson begins our coverage in kuala lumpur where mh 370 of course took off. and nick, there are some fascinating details in this report, even down to we're finally finding out how many lithium-ion batteries were on this flight. >> yeah, and the most staggering of all those appendices is the one that details exactly what took place after the flight was first noticed to be missing. 1:38 a.m. to 6:14 a.m. what is staggering about it is that malaysian airlines' own operating control center for two hours was confusing the situatio
for malaysia airlines flight 370. a war of words is erupting over the most valuable clue driving the entire search operation. malaysia says it does not have the raw inmarsat satellite data used to create every single search area off the west coast of australia. for weeks heartbroken families begged malaysia over and over to release that very data. inmarsat says not so fast, malaysia. the british satellite company says it gave malaysia all the relevant data and it's up to the malaysians to decide whether to release it publicly. >>> three of our top aviation analysts got into an explosive debate themselves on whether inmarsat was holding back information. >> and, i'm sorry, this whole thing is starting to sound a little childish to me frankly. but let me just tell you. i'm going to try to translate what i've gotten some mathematicians and what they are wanting. basically what they want are information on the algorithms which underlie all of this. the offsets, the margin of error on some of the distances traveled on the ground. it's incredibly complex stuff which goes to how they got to those
of the biggest fire. plus, breaking news on malaysia airlines. exclusive new information about the satellite data at the center of the search. only "outfront." >>> and the man who says he is the zodiac killer's son is my guest tonight. let's go "outfront." >> this is cnn breaking news. >> good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. "outfront" tonight, we have breaking news. a state of emergency. at least nine wildfires at this moment raging across california's san diego county. the flames are out of control, already burning nearly 10,000 acres. >> wow. there it is right there. there it is right there. >> oh my god! oh my god! >> 125,000 people already told to evacuate. 22 structures, several homes already destroyed. president obama has now been briefed on the situation. and right now the top priority is the uncontrollable blaze in san marcos. that particular fire has already burned through a thousand acres. it is only 5% contained. officials tonight trying to determine the cause of the fires. they won't rule out arson. we're going have more on that. now i want to begin with gary tuchman. he is "out
their controversial report on what happened to missing malaysia airlines flight 370, explaining what comes next in the search for the vanished jetliner. and this morning, promising to answer questions about the report. family members of those on board say it raises more questions than it answers. we have live, team coverage, coming up. >>> breaking news this morning. pro-russian protesters and ukrainian troops battling it out in the streets as the fight over eastern ukraine intensifies, this as president obama prepares for a high-stakes meeting on how involved the west should get. we're live on the ground with the very latest. >>> and then, while you were sleeping, what an intense, edge-of-your-seat playoff game. the los angeles clippers in a nail-biter, taking place as nba owners decide what to do about banned clippers owner donald sterling. there's new drama in that, drama in the game, a lot of drama ahead. good morning, everyone. welcome to drama friday. i'm john berman. >> and i'm drama-free christine romans. at least, that's not what john thinks. it's friday, may 2nd, 4:00 a.m. in the east
to issues associated with this search. as you all know, malaysia airlines flight mh 370, a boeing 777, disappeared on the eighth flight from4 on a kuala lumpur to beijing. there were 239 people on board. the search for this aircraft has been one of the most difficult ever undertaken anywhere in the world in a very remote location in difficult conditions. the international efforts of so many countries have together a massive search effort. has the flag of the the -- craft, is the however, the aircraft is thought to have been lost in australia's search-and-rescue zone so we have been leading in the search operation. particularly for the past 41 of the 53 days since the mh 370 went missing, australia has had this responsibility to lead the global effort. 4,000,600 38,370 square kilometers of ocean have been searched. effort.een a giant 334 search flights have been did -- have been conducted. there have been 10 civilian aircraft and 19 military psrcraft and 14 shi engaged. unfortunately, all of that effort has found nothing. we have been confident on the basis of information provided that
, it's back to square one in the search for the missing malaysia airlines flight 370. australia, malaysia and china are working together to hash out new plans for the next stage. >>> hello, i'm wolf blitzer reporting from washington. we begin with the escalating violence in ukraine. and this brand-new statement from the russian foreign ministry. we again urge the kiev organizers of terror against their own people to come to their senses, stop the bloodshed, withdraw troops and sit down finally at the negotiating table. there's fierce flighting in slavyansk. it is a ukrainian helicopter shot down and a steady stream of wounded. [ shouting in foreign language ] in odessa, the volatile mix of russian-speaking separatists and pro-ukrainian groups have battled for several days. at least 46 people are dead so far. pro-moscow sympathizers stormed the police station in odessa. they smashed their way in. a short time later, they celebrated after setting free 67 of their comrades. ukrainian government blames russia for stirring up the violence. there are 40 to 50,000 russian troops massed
ferrara. those stories and much more "at this hour." we begin with breaking news. malaysia finally released that preliminary report that's been long awaited on the disappearance of flight 370. families had pressed for it to be made public, and now 55 days after the plane vanished, that report is out. >> some of the details are frankly shocking. so let's get straight to it. will ripley joins us from kuala lumpur with the details. so will, tell us what is in the report. >> reporter: well, it's not just what's in this five-page report, john, but it's the time line attached to it. some of these supplemental documents. and you asked the question, what took so long? that's the question that i can bet a lot of these families will be asking as well. because, you know, the plane disappeared from radar at 1:21 a.m. it wasn't until 1:38 a.m., a full 17 minutes later, that air traffic control in another country, vietnam, reached out to kuala lumpur and said hey, have you heard anything from flight 370? okay, so had that not happened, k.l. air traffic control may have taken longer than 17 minut
. it's an emotional day for the families of those aboard malaysia flight 370. the first memorial service was held for victims. their relatives needed some type of closure from their 59-day nightmare. in a few hours a crucial meet lg be held to determine the next search phase. officials from malaysia, china and australia will attend that meeting. we've also learned the contract for the u.s. navy's underwater drone bluefin is now extended to the end of the month. and also this -- 11 suspected militants are under arrest in malaysia accused of being involved in a group that carries out terror attacks. but officials say there's no link between the 11 suspects and flight 370. here to discuss all of that, aviation analyst, a 77 captain and safety analyst, david souci, author of why planes crash. what do you think? malaysia saying absolutely not. there's no link to the downing of 370. do you buy that? would they even tell us? >> this is interesting. there's a reason why the accident separates accident investigation from our leaders and leadership because there's so much that would put do
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. >>> the hunt for malaysia flight 370 is turning into a battle who holds the most valuable clue. the inmarsat data used to determine every search area off the australian coast and it includes handshakes between flight 370 and the satellite. desperate families are pushing malaysia to release the data so other experts can take a look. days ago, malaysia's top transport official said loud and clear, his country does not have the data. >> the raw data is with inmarsat and not with malaysia and not with us and not with the -- if there is any request for this raw data to be made available to the public it must be made to inmarsat. >> inmarsat said it gave all relevant data to malaysia and up to them to decide about any public release. clearly someone is not being completely truthful but who should we believe? malaysia or inmarsat? i spoke with paul ginsburg who worked with the fbi and homeland security department and the cia about the controversy. >> it ourturns out the malaysia government has a poor history. they changed what they reported as the aircraft's altitude direction, the transcript. they
with breaking news. a new transparency in the disappearance of malaysia airlines flight 370. just minutes ago, finally, malaysia's government made public its first report on the plane's final known moments. the big headline for you, the plane had vanished for a full 17 minutes before officials even took notice. and yet it took a remarkable four hours, four hours, before an official rescue operation was launched. it is the government's most thorough accounting yet of what investigators know or suspect. cnn's will ripley has been sifting through this report. he joins us from malaysia's capital, kuala lumpur. tell us more, will. >> reporter: hey, carol. yeah, this is a five-page report and other supporting documents attached to it. we've been going through them. here are the things that really stand out. you talk about those 17 minutes when nobody even noticed the plane was missing. okay. that said, then we talk about the four hours where what we see here, this is a report that kind of describes all of the events that were happening over those four hours. and what it says to me, carol, is that t
the missile malaysia airliner. as cbs news reporter susan mcginnis reports, the meeting comes amid a new revelation that air traffic controllers wasted time the day that plane disappeared. >>> reporter: nearly eight weeks into the search for missing malaysia airlines flight 370, officials from malaysia, australia and france are vowing to press ahead to find the plane. >> i'm quite confident that we are on the right track. >> reporter: while the search was called off this week from the air, authorities are expanding under water search. officials expressed doubts today that an unmanned u.s. navy submersible scanning the indian ocean would find any wreckage. >> i must say the chances of finding it i think the probability is lower than it was when we started the search. >> reporter: on thursday, malaysia officials released a preliminary report. the five-page document confirmed radar tracked the plane as it turned west but that air traffic controllers did not realize the boeing 777 was missing until 17 minutes after it disappeared from civilian radar. >> all that will be investigated. >> repo
it is not even natural rubber but at the time it was. it comes from malaysia although the of rubber tree is not native to malaysia but was imported into malaysia by english biologist or botanists i mean. so in order to know how to make a pencil you have to do all of these things. there are thousands who have cooperated together to make a pencil. somehow the people in south america through dugout the graphite, cooperated with the people in malaysia who tapped the rubber trees trees, cooperated with the people in oregon who cut down the trees, these thousands of people and don't know one another, speak different languages, come from different religions and may hate one another but what enabled them to cooperate? the existence of a market. in the answer is the people in latin america were allowed to take up the graphite because somebody was willing to pay them. they do not have to know who or what it would be used for but that somebody would pay them. going back to hayek one of the most importer'' -- important articles he wrote not in the book was about the way that prices are a means of an
thursday. tom costello has more on that. >>> malaysia 370, thank you. >> for the first time we're hearing the voice from a cockpit as flight 370 communicated with malaysian controllers. >> reporter: family members have also heard the recordings. we don't know if it is the captain or the first officer, but all of the conversations appear routine. the last transmission of 119 a.m. is believed to be from captain shah. >> malaysian 370. >> malaysian 370. >> malaysian 370, contact ho chi minh 120.99, good night. >> good night. >> at 1:21 a.m., the plane disappeared from radar. but not until 1:38 a.m. did vietnamese controllers tell malaysia the plane was missing. then another four hours before the malaysian search and rescue center was activated. far too long, say safety experts, who insist searchers would have been launched far sooner in the u.s. >> i think when you dissect that four-hour delay, that could be the difference of finding this airplane and not finding this airplane. >> reporter: it took another three hours before the malaysian military reported it had tracked the plane making a u
developmentles in the hunt for malaysia airlines 123e7b9. a u.s. official tells cnn the u.s. agreed only to extend the deployment of this under water searching device until late next week the blue fin drone finished its 18th under water mission yesterday. it has not found traces on the indian ocean ploor t. hunt for the plane has expend tended 1,000 miles away. cnn has more. >> reporter: the acting transport minister here in malaysia is speaking more about that search happening in the bay of bengal for the possible krek wreckage. this is a fuse release. they say there are three ships in that area, including a survey ship. one is equipped with sonar technology to allow crews to look for debris they are looking for quebecage that may be floating there they say it's highly unlikely anything will be found in the bay of bengal on monday, there is a meeting coming up, where officials from malaysia, australia and coin will get together to come up with a blue print for how to proceed in the weeks and months ahead. we know it could cost an estimated $60 million this meeting will allow officials h
-awaited preliminary report from the malaysia government on the disappearance of flight 370 is now public. it not only raises a lot of new questions the report is a window among air traffic controllers. it shows that precious time was lost after this final verbal communication between the control tower and the cockpit. >> malaysian 370, ho chi minh, good night. >> good night, 370. >> that is malaysian air traffic control telling 370 to check in with vietnamese air traffic control. but that never happened. the report shows that as controllers realized communication was lost there was a four-hour gap until an official search for flight 370 was launched. let's take a look at the timeline. and we'll highlight some of the newest information. the plane departed from kuala lumpur at 12:41 a.m. we already knew that the plane's on-board system, acars sent its last communication. at 1:19 a.m., the last verbal communication from the cockpit is made as we just heard. at 1:24, the last communication was heard. 19 seconds later, flight 370 disappeared. and thailand spots an unknown aircraft apparently flying from t
from malaysia, australia and france promised people a short while ago. it's being broadcast from kuala lumpur. cnn has lurnd malaysian, australian and chinese officials will meet to discuss the next steps of the search. cnn's will riply joins us from kuala lumpur. will, if we look at the overall situation we know we're not looking for debris on the surface. they're no longer holding daily briefings for the relatives of passengers. what else did they say at this press conference that gives us a sense of what will happen next? >> reporter: what we saw today is really what we've been expecting to see. the search now transitioning into this new phase. that's what this tri lateral meeting on monday is all about. it's about china, malaysia and australia getting together and taking a look at what resources are available and coming up with a game plan, a blue print for how the search will continue in the 8 to 12 months to come. this is estimated to be a very costly move. $60 million. we know that private contractors with technology beyond the blue fin 21 will likely be brought in, something th
delays in the search for malaysia airlines flight 370. nearly two months after the plane went missing the malaysian government released a preliminary report on the investigation. >>> our first look inside the south korean ferry as the ship was beginning to tip. some of the high school students onboard started wondering whether they would survive. a warning, it's not eachy to watch. [ female announcer ] there's a gap out there. ♪ that's keeping you apart from the healthcare you deserve. ♪ but if healthcare changes... ♪ ...if it becomes simpler... the gap begins to close. ♪ when frustration and paperwork decrease... when doctors are better connected... when grandparents get to live at home instead of in a home... ♪ ...the gap closes even more. ♪ and you begin to live a healthier, happier life. ♪ so let's simplify things. ♪ let's close the gap between people and care. ♪ but with less ergy, moodiness, i had to do something.e. i saw mdoctor. a blood test showed it was low testosterone, not age. we talked about axiron the onlynderarm low t treaent that can restore t vels t
of malaysia airlines flight 370. despite struggling with losses and rising competition, the company says bankruptcy is not an option. i am very confident we can do that. malaysia airlines has been around for over 40 years. we have a world-class reputation. we are one of the only seven airlines of the world to have a five-star rating. our cabin crew have, in the last 10 or 12 years, have probably one world best cabin crews. the safety standards of malaysia airlines are on par with any airline in the world. >> how realistic is a turnaround ? recently. dropped 18% investors are not buying in to the turnaround story. >> it makes 370 so you didn't encourage that. that certainly has been a major hiccup in the road. now, we have to go back and fix that. >> if you look at the past 12 months, shares have dropped over 60%. that the team will want to make sure that regardless of 2014, we need to make a turnaround for 2015. it would be unreasonable to expect, with a level of 370,ption caused by mh that any plan we had from last september will survive into 2014. now, our process will be, let's recove
to reveal what they know about the disappearance of malaysia airlines flight 370. a report set to be released within the hour. right now, frustrated families of those on board hoping to get answers they've waited weeks for, as crews comb the southern indian ocean for any sign of that vanished jetliner. we've got a team of reporters covering all angles this morning. >> good morning, everyone. welcome to "early start." a lot going on this morning. i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. it's thursday, a very wet thursday, may 1st. 4:00 a.m. in the east and much of the east coast is waking up drenched this morning. flooding reported from florida all the way to the northeast. worst part about this, it is not over yet. your thursday may yet be another washout. >> the gulf coast hit the hardest with historic rainfall in the pensacola area. nearly 2 feet of rain fell in just two days, just destroying roads, wiping out homes. cnn's ed lavandera is there. >> reporter: christine and john, residents here along piedmont road in pensacola, just south of the airport, tell me that it was th
and stunning mistakes revealed in the most comprehensive look yet at the disappearance of malaysia airlines flight 370. the country's transportation ministry released a preliminary report on the case that's been gripping people around the world for almost eight weeks. it contains the most information we've seen so far about what happened the night the plane vanished. our expert analysts are combing through the report. they're standing by, along with cnn's tom foreman. first, let's go to kuala lumpur, our senior international correspondent nic robertson has the latest. what does the report reveal? >> reporter: wolf, the most stunning revelation appears to be in the actions taken when the plane went missing between 1:38 a.m. and 6:14 a.m. for two hours, malaysian airlines operation center is misreading its own computer, telling air traffic control the flight was in fact over cambodia, they were tracking it and in communications with it. that turned out to be an error, lasting over two hours. there is a full recording of the air traffic control to cockpit voice recording. that's the first time
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and pro-russian insurgents. >>> as new questions are raised about the search for malaysia flight 370 officials warn the chances of locating the missing jet are slipping away. >> it's smaller than it was when we started the search. >>> and rob ford heads to rehab. the toronto mayor comes to the u.s. for help after a new video searches allegedly showing him smoking crack. captioning funded by cbs >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for friday, may 2nd, 2014. good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm wendy gillette in for anne-marie green. this morning an escalation of the fighting in ukraine. it appears ukrainian military has launched a major assault against pro-russian forces in eastern ukraine. the target is an insurgent stronghold about 100 miles west of russian. fighting is ongoing around several points around the city. they've seized government buildings in and around a dozen cities. the government says at least one helicopter was shot down. one pilot was captured. the other was killed. ukrainian government says surface-to-air missiles were used. counteri ining russia claims th upri
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is "outfront" to talk about the nightmare. >>> plus, the search for missing malaysia airlines flight 370. new exclusive information to "outfront" about the satellite data at the center of the search. >>> and the police commissioner calls president obama the n-word in a private conversation. the woman who exposed him, and leading the calls for him to resign is with us. let's go "outfront." >> breaking news tonight. new details on what could have been one of the worst aviation disasters in history. federal investigators tonight are looking into what caused two 757s full of passengers to nearly collide over hawaii on april 25th. both planes were at their assigned altitudes, meaning this near collision could have cost hundreds of lives. and tonight we are learning what caused the near miss. rene marsh just broke the news. this is an incredible story. we're going to be joined by someone on the plane which is actually the only reason we seem to know this happen about this sudden dive and this near collision. what happened? >> what we now know based on information from the ntsb as you just stated th
in malaysia have released satellite data used to search for flight 370. >> family members have been pushing for that information to be made public. they want independent invesz gaitor tga investigators to analyze the data. the data was used to kcalculate the plane's possible flight path into the indian ocean. >> a short time ago, i spoke with our aviation correspondent, richard quest, about this new information. >> it's 47 pages, line after line, of numbers. it looks pretty ordinary to me. what does it actually mean? >> what -- this is a cleaned-up version of what the original pages look like. it's been cleaned up. it's been made presentable. it's been given an explanation and an understanding so that people can read it. the majority of the pages are really irrelevant. they are just there to show you what the computer and what the aircraft was signaling. the real information is at the back end. that is the handshake information. >> is this the big breakthrough here that everyone has been waiting for to finally put all the conspiracy theories to rest and end the skeptics? or will that just c
. when you heard the voice say good night malaysia flight 370. there was no indication that that plane's transponders and devices that helped the plane communicate would be switched off and the plane disappeared from radar and 17 minutes before anybody noticed it was the vietnam air traffic control that checked in and said what's going on with 370 and that's when they realized hey, it's no longer on our radar screen. more troubling according to many experts is that four-hour period before search planes were launched. that was 5:30 in the morning even though they knew for hours that something was wrong. there was so much confusion. at one point, kuala lumpur was told that the plane might be in cambodia air space. there was a lot of wasted time before there was a plane sent up to get in the air and look for the aircraft with 239 people that was by then very far off course, flying somewhere. we don't have the answer to the biggest question of all which is where did this plane go? why? and where is it right now? that's the answer that the families need. >> after the relatives were told to
and every day. now this. bl blan. >> malaysia says they do not have the raw inmarsat satellite data. for weeks, heartbroken families begged malaysia over and over to release that clue, that information. just today malaysia's top transport officials made it clear. >> the raw data is with inmarsat, so if there is any request for the raw data to be made available it must be made to inmarsat. >> and inmarsat said whoa, not so fast. it's not something that inmarsat can release. >> the question is who has the power to release the most crucial clue. joining me to discuss is cnn. is it malaysia who can say this? >> malaysia doesn't have the raw data. >> it had to have come down. so the malaysians are right. they don't have the raw data. the raw data wouldn't be of any use to them. some say that inmarsat is protecting pro prior tear information. the real continue we haven't found anything. >> that is what so many experts can say. there are a lot of smart people. there are a lot of people in this world who could look at it and help the teams already in place find this plane. >> it is malaysia
data on the disappearance of malaysia airline fright 370. the data includes communication logs between the plane and satellites, but leaves most of the big questions very much unanswered. >>> also right now, another sneak peek inside hillary clinton's memoir. we're going to hear some of her thoughts on president obama, on marriage and on the times in her life where she's, quote, followed her heart. >>> hello, i'm whoolf blitzer reporting from washington. we start with president obama ready to set troop levels for afghanistan. the president was in the country over the weekend, talking with american troops. today, in just over 90 minutes or so, he'll announce a major step. joining us from the pentagon is our correspondent barbara starr, from the white house, our senior white house correspondent jim acosta. jim, to you first. are you getting indication of precisely what the president will announce? >> well, we won't have an advance preview of his remarks, wolf, but we do expect, from hearing from a senior administration official, that the president will lay out basically the plan for u.s.
a wider part of the ocean floor. but first, a whole lot of preparation. australia, malaysia and china planning what comes next, promising this jet will be found, even if it takes years. we are live with the latest on the hunt, missing now for nearly two months. >>> on trial again. oscar pistorius returns to court in south africa after a two-week delay in his murder case. his defense determined to show he shot his girlfriend accidentally, but prosecutors, they have other plans. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> and i'm john berman. it is monday, may 5th, 4:00 a.m. in the east. >>> up first, odessa under siege. the bloodshed and violence in ukraine's third largest city escalating dramatically. now hundreds of pro-russian militants storming a police station sunday, freeing dozens of their own. nearly 50 people are now dead after three days of violence there. the bloodshed in odessa really upping the stakes in the deepening struggle now in several parts of ukraine. so, let's get the latest from arwa damon live in donetsk in eastern ukraine. arwa, what can yo
to shape the search for missing malaysia airlines flight 370 set to be released. investigators promising families they will finally get the answers they've been waiting and pushing for. we're live in malaysia with the very latest. >> welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> and i'm john berman. about 31 minutes past the hour right now. >>> and this morning, you can smell it in the air. it is primary day! >> pollen? >> voters headed to the polls for big primaries, big races across the nation that really could shape what direction this country is headed in for the next few years. >> polls opening just hours from now in six states, and voters will decide who gets to represent their party for governors offices and congressional districts, decisions that could change who controls the senate. political editor paul steinhauser is here with the races to watch. good morning! nice and early for you, paul. >> good morning. i thought i was excited. you both sound more excited about this than even me. but you're right, this is game day, i guess you could say. and where's the marquee ba
satellite data that was used to determine where malaysia airlines flight 370, where they believe may have ended in the southern indian ocean. the families of the 239 people on board have been demanding to see it for weeks. but now malaysian officials claim that they don't have it. what's going on here? let's get more from cnn's jim clancy. >> reporter: the mystery of what happened to malaysia airlines flight 370 remains unanswered 70 days after it vanished. but a new controversy may have been discovered -- who has the raw satellite data and why that might or might not matter. some family members want to see the raw satellite data in order to check whether the search operation is even in the right place as it tries to find that boeing 777. some aviation analysts agree. but the man in charge of the investigation insists he doesn't have it. >> the raw data is with inmarsat, not with malaysia, not with australia, not with mas. so, if there is any request for this raw data to be made available to the public, it must be made to inmarsat. >> reporter: now, inmarsat, the company that owns those s
. who saw it as it went over malaysia. what did they do about it? what happened at this last point of contact? did vietnam notice it? did the controller at malaysia notice it? that's what you're looking to find out. and if they know details about this, we know this from air france 447, we got chapter and verse on what the air traffic controllers did. if you know it here are they going to tell us it now? >> why do they get to control the report? why wouldn't you have someone issuing a report like this checking on the actions on this body as opposed to allowing the body to dictate the completeness of their own work? >> that happens everywhere. that's like saying when the ntsb does a report who polices the ntsb? the bea in france, somebody has to present the report and it's the investigating authority of the state of occurrence or state of registry. >> it's just how it is. >> it is. >> so we look for woord to getting it. i'm morest sbred in what's not in the report. what it seems they don't know or what they speculated about that they shouldn't have. >> i can tell you one thing. from
. most of those onboard were high school students. >>> families in malaysia of the missing malaysia airlines passengers are being told that there are no new leads in the search. they have been holding frequent updates for the families, but after two months, the search will close next week. it's a hardship to the families, and they're doing what they can do to ease their pain. but they will do what we can with phonecalls and meetings face-to-face. >> john kerry, meeting with leaders from ethiopia and uganda and kenya this morning. warning the african union to employ peace-keeping troops, and they want the neighbors in sudan to issue penalties for fighters on both sides. >>> and in washington for a series of meetings, tonight she's going to be sitting down with the u.s. senators, and tomorrow, she'll be speaking with president obama. angela merkel will talk about the possibilities of sanctions with russia. >> in pakistan, the taliban has frequently targeted girls a schools in the north. more than 400 schools have been destroyed by that group. but since they have pushed the taliban out
-old student when rescuers recovered his body. >>> malaysia has released a report in the disappearance of flight 370 but it sheds little light on what happened. it concludes the plane flew over the indian ocean and found air traffic controllers in vietnam only reported the plane missing 17 minutes after it disappeared off the radar and the malaysia government took four hours to launch an official search. >>> a prison explodes and investigators say everyone is accounted for. but family members of inmates say not so fast. what they accuse the police of hiding from the public. >> and the nba says he has to go. but even after his racist rant, l.a. clippers owner donald sterling could have the final say whether to sell his team. we'll tell you why. >> did somebody mention basketball? oh, yes. it is nba play-off action and we have our golden state warriors against the l.a. clippers and we have all the play-off details as the news continues on kpix 5. ,,,, an effort to force l-a clip owner donald sterling to se his franchise a >>> the nba has gotten the ball rolling in an effort to force don
malaysia seven hours to respond. tonight, malaysia airlines told the families of the passengers to go home. it is not going over well with many. dozens of families have been staying in local hotels for daily briefings. it the airline says it will keep in touch with families through telephone calls, messages, and the internet. >>> tonight, some doctors are calling it a wonder drug. it can save the lives of people who are seconds from death. >>> all of a sudden, the car disappeared. a sink hole swallows an entire city block. a new video that supposedly shows him smoking crack aga. this time in his sister's basement just last >> to anight, the mayor of toronto is headed to rehab. a video shows him smoking crack again, this time in his sister's basement. this is a green grab from the video a drug dealer said he took. >>> now heroin addiction has reached epidemic levels in many parts of the country, but linda yee found out many addicts are recovering. >> reporter: it's a miracle drug. >> it makes me feel more safe. >> reporter: naloxone is the ant dote for heroin overdose. >> if it wasn't there
. malaysia, china and australia will continue to search for the missing malaysia plane that disappeared nearly two months ago and plan to reassess from the two million kilometers of ocean covered and it was narrowed to ten square kilometers after black box signals were apparently detected but an under water search found nothing. a chinese boat is sunk off hong kong and 11 crew members missing and collided with another container vessel and it's the most serious incident in one of the world's busiest ports since october of 2012. and china is hosting asia largest conference on mobile internet and there are 600 million internet users in china and 80% access the web by smartphones and agent brown is at the conference in beijing. >> reporter: this huge gathering is a reminder if you needed it that china is a land of striking contradictions and it boasts a staggering 600 million internet users and increasingly they are getting their information using smartphones. in fact, some 80% of chinese internet users use a smartphone to access the web. china is the biggest smartphone market in the world
to the strait of taiwan, islands and rocks are contested by six nations. vietnam, the philippines, malaysia, brunei, taiwan and china. as much as half of the world's shipping and oil tanker traffic passes through this patch of the pacific, amplifying it's economic and strategic significance, well beyond the countries that are border it. >> so many countries, even that be don't have claims in the region, are connected to the security. >> each country laying claim to the sea has the united nations approved exclusive economic zones, giving them rights to the natural resources extending from the coastline, the most controversial is china's nine dash line. drawn in 1947, 2 encompasses the most contended territory. >> the chinese have never clearly explained what the nine dash line really stands for. they say they don't claim every drop of water in it, but they haven't said exactly what they do claim. >> that ambiguity is a major source of tension, given the south china sea's potential energy reserves. the u.s. government said that the sea contains 11 billion barrels of oil and 1 trillion cubic f
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